Veterinary Services Offered
Animal Medical Center of Pleasanton is pleased to offer our professional veterinary services to you. As a pet owner, you value your cat or dog's overall health and well-being. With all your pet care needs in one location, you will have peace of mind knowing you are in the hands of a group of trusted professionals. Your pet's health and happiness are essential to us.
Comprehensive Exams And Preventative Care
We recommend bringing your cat or dog in for a yearly exam with a veterinarian. During an exam, you can expect a veterinarian to take a closer look at your pet's body functions to ensure everything is working correctly. These screenings can include checking weight, eyes, ears, skin, fur, nose, mouth, and the heart and lungs. Comprehensive exams are crucial because they will give owners an overall perspective of their pet's health. They become even more critical as your pet ages because they allow our vet to spot potential issues and treat them before they worsen.
We perform both elective and necessary surgical procedures. From a spay or neuter to removing a dangerous tumor, your pet is in good hands with our veterinarian. During surgery, your pet is under general anesthesia, but they are returned to you healthy and safe. If you have a question about a procedure that might require surgery immediately, give us a call or stop in for quick assistance.
Just like humans, pets can be affected by infectious diseases. The best way to combat this is by making sure your pet gets vaccinated. It can be a little tricky understanding when to get vaccines for your pet, but no need to worry. Our veterinarian will discuss a schedule with you to ensure you are doing your part in keeping your pet healthy.
Pet Illness And Urgent Care
There are times when your pet may need to see a veterinarian immediately. We have a veterinarian available six days a week should your pet have a severe condition that would need to be addressed, such as:
- difficulty breathing
- excessive bleeding, vomiting, or diarrhea
- broken limbs
- allergic reactions
Your pet's teeth are also important for overall well being. Periodontal disease is something to be worried about for your pet, especially after the age of three. A thorough dental cleaning under general anesthesia is used to clean your pet's teeth, and our veterinarian will polish them to reduce further future plaque buildup.
- digestive health
- diseases and viruses
- pests and parasites
Call Animal Medical Center of Pleasanton For An Appointment
Animal Medical Center of Pleasanton is your preferred location for all your veterinary services. We pride ourselves in giving your pet the care and attention they deserve. Do not hesitate to contact us today for superior care.